2023 Author: Cody Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 11:20
Good news for the protein convicts. Soon you will be able to put aside the pre- or post-gym mash buffer and fill up with the new beef chocolates.
The New Zealand company Davenport Chocolates has perfected a method that transforms the leaner cuts than beef in a kind of butter used as a filling inside a real chocolate shell.
The end result is for protein food enthusiasts - quite a lot 25% more protein than average beyond iron And zinc in abundance.
According to the product manager, Mustafa Farouk, beef chocolates are the result of research on alternative ways of taking animal proteins through common foods.
The butter used for the filling would cost $ 17 per kilo, while the chocolates are sold to 2, 50 $ each. To meet environmental needs, the British company is studying alternatives with A. lamb and game.